OTAC Member Spotlight: Bailey LeBoeuf

Posted: September 5, 2018

This month OTAC would like to spotlight Bailey LeBoeuf, OTR/L. Aside from her a cat named Killer Mike and her mad skills with a hula hoop, Bailey demonstrates compassion towards our Denver Metro adult community by providing voluntary services to the DAWN clinic, which is a free, student-run, interdisciplinary clinic serving vulnerable adults in Aurora, and currently works for the PACE program with the senior population. She has been a member of OTAC for four years and has served on the OTAC legislative committee for the past few years. In May, Bailey was elected as the Public Policy Chair for 2018-2020. You can read more about Bailey by visiting the leadership page of the OTAC Website. OTAC thanks you, Bailey, for all that you do for our community and the Association!

Years with OTAC and on the board: 4 years with OTAC and this is my first board position

Why did you join OTAC and the board? I have volunteered on the Legislative Committee for a few years and have enjoyed learning about Colorado legislation, advocating for OT issues, and organizing OTAC Capitol Hill Day. When the position for Public Policy Chair opened I volunteered to fill the position in order to create a more seamless transition for the committee. It is important to me to represent Colorado OT practitioners through advocating for legislation that supports us, and I look forward to continuing to do as the Public Policy Chair.

A couple fun facts: I have a cat named Killer Mike after the Run the Jewels rapper. I love to ski and hula hoop, but not at the same time. I live in Idledale, Colorado with my fiance, Joe.